OBJECTHOOD . 25 October 2016

 

A study of clothing as objects away from the body. Clothing, unlike other utilities in day-to-day life such as tableware, stationary, furniture, only takes on its intended shape when it is fulfilling its purpose – being on the body. This study explores how a garment takes on a different form when it is not carried by the human form. Featuring pieces from Interval 2016 October and November collections.

 

Words by Kara Liu . Photos by Carlo Hilton .


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